Russia has successfully placed the 34 “One Web” British satellites in its operational orbits successfully, as the British police announced in an official statement saying: “Our satellites separated from the missile into nine groups, as planned and awaiting the signal.”
The statement referred to the “Soyuz-2.1B” space missile with the acceleration unit “Frygat-M” satellite transmission, and the Russian space agency “Ross Cosmos” announced that all 34 British OneWeb satellites were successfully placed in their operational orbits.
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